An experiential, experimental 21 day ride on apathy, resistance, and all our excuses why not to move every day! Use the recordings on your own schedule. They (the "them") say it takes 21 days to build a new habit. Do you want to prove them right? Hop on!
This experiential movinar is open to any body interested in accessible and portable practices for embodied moving, exploring, and expressing – for a more relaxed, open-hearted, and spiritually connected living.
Each session includes a short introduction to the theme, a section with lightly guided movement practice, and suggestions for how to apply the practices in the everyday dance.
This series may be especially useful to movement and embodiment teachers, coaches, somatic therapists, bodyworkers, and other people who work with people.
It takes 21 days to change a habit
Due to the intimate nature of the zoom experience, we have not recorded actual live sessions. Instead, you will receive access to 21 pre-recorded guided sessions.
7 audio recordings, each with a 30 min guided practice session with music
14 video sessions, each with an additional 30 min Spotify playlist for more of your dancing pleasure
21 inspirations for your own teaching (each can become a whole class, or a workshop!), facilitation, therapeutic intervention and resourcing
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Release & Recover
Roots & Wings
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Due to the format of this series, we do not offer refunds after purchase.
The program and recordings are free with the registration for the Embody 101 Webinar Series & The Moving with Life Yearlong. You will receive access info after signing up for those.
21 pre-recorded guided movement practice sessions
Whenever works for you! This course is self-paced and can be accessed anytime.
In your own practice room, or anywhere that fits. Ideally, with some privacy and a bit of space to move.
Zuza’s teaching, with a minimum of instruction, creates a grand opening for exploring self with self, beyond self, self with others in freedom, in movement of feet and emotion. Love gets down and real.
- Mark Bauman